Welcome to Corner Cottage a great central location right opposite The Bullers Arms public house and in the middle of Village life.
The cosy sitting/dining-room.
The pretty dining-area.
The cottage bedrooms are quite charming.
The galley kitchen sits at the back of the cottage.
The kitchen is very well-equipped and has plenty of room for everyone to get involved in the cooking.
Enjoy family meals together whilst on holiday at Corner Cottage.
On chillier evenings snuggle up in front of the wood-burner effect electric stove - which has all the charm of the real thing but without the hassle!
There are lovely touches throughout this tastefully presented cottage.
The little snug provides a quiet place to sit.
A doorway in the snug opens up to reveal the spiral staircase leading to Bedroom 2. 
Please note the stairs are steeper owing to the age of the cottage.
Bedroom 2.
The bedroom is painted in soft Farrow and Ball shades. The vaulted ceiling gives the room a sense of space.
The stairs lead straight into the bedroom.
Corner Cottage dates back to the 17th century so the stairs are steep and uneven -  please take care.
Bedroom 1 has a super comfy king-size bed
The ante room to Bedroom 1.
The pretty day bed adorned with lovely linen cushions provides flexible sleeping arrangements.
Corner Cottage has two shower-rooms, both on the ground floor.
Enjoy a morning coffee or afternoon tea in the sheltered courtyard
Enjoy the stunning scenery along the coastal footpath.
The coastline is littered with great beaches - you'll be spoilt for choice.
Pop into Bude to walk or cycle along the canal or have some fun messing about in the water.
There will be plenty of opportunity to ride the waves.
The pretty fishing villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac are well worth a visit.

Corner Cottage


1.8 miles SE of Bude / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Bullers Arms Hotel (90 yards)

A traditional village inn serving home-made food and 'well kept' real ales.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

August 2012

Excellent food, lovely garden, child-friendly atmosphere

A really nice pub with a lovely garden for the kids to run around in. We ate there several times and the food was always excellent. Some dishes were a little overpriced, but on the whole, good value.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

March 2011

Good food, reasonably priced. Make sure you book as it can get very busy.

Nearest beach

Widemouth Beach (2 miles)

Just along the coast from the busy resort of Bude, Widemouth is a long, long stretch of sand backed by high cliffs. Unusual rock formations on the beach are a magnet for climbers while the Atlantic surf brings bodyboarders, kayakers and surfers here in their hundreds. Widemouth Bay is home to a scattering of houses, pubs, cafes and restaurants but there remains a definitive sense of having strayed off the beaten path here. There is a section open to dogs all year round, loads of parking and several surf schools.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Skinner March 2012


Widemouth bay is lovely, we've stayed near here a few times and it never disappoints.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2011

Great beach for surfing and swimming due to waves and lifeguards on duty.

Nearest walk

Planekeepers Path (150 yards)

A walk of approximately 10 miles which starts from Marhamchurch Square and follows country lanes and footpaths. The route is signposted and its name derives from the term "inclined plane" which is a system used on some canals for raising boats between water levels.

Nearest town

Marhamchurch (300 yards)

This quaint village with some lovely thatched cob cottages lies on the disused canal just two miles from south-east Bude. It was founded as a monastic settlement by St Morwenna and ever year, on the Monday after 12th August, the ancient Marhamchurch Revel is held to celebrate the Saints good works.

Also nearby

Beach House Wet Fish (1 ¾ miles)

Lobster, sea bass, monkfish, crab, whatever's in season, fresh off the boat.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Salter October 2020

First class food

Every dish we ordered was delicious.
The sea food tagliatelle was the best I'd ever tasted.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2011

Delicious locally caught fresh fish at a very reasonable price and also useful for essential supplies.

Life's a Beach (2 ¼ miles)

Not just a beach cafe but also an ice cream parlour and beach shop. The cafe turns into a restaurant in the evening where local seafood is a speciality. Try to dine on the veranda overlooking Summerleaze, wonderful during the light summer evenings.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

August 2012

Excellent food, lovely location

Really nice atmosphere - quite casual at lunch, but a little more sophisticated in the evenings. Really good food - exceeds expectations of a beach-side cafe!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Skinner March 2012

Good food, reasonably priced

We popped in in the middle of February after a good walk on the beach. The staff were welcoming and the food perfectly adequate (nice Cheesy Chips!)

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Ms Marshall November 2008

Fantastic fresh locally caught seafood in modern restaurant in the most fabulous location just above the beach with great views.

Bude-Stratton Museum (2 miles)

The museum is set in the castle and offers an interesting insight into life in Bude, its varied geology, history and its progression from a port to most recently a surfing centre. Education facilities, a shop and restaurant are on site and the restaurant has stunning views.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2018

An interesting visit and good place to go when the weather isn't great

Millook Haven Beach (3 ½ miles)

Think Millook Haven Beach and the first thing that comes to mind is geology. Taking pride of place in the cliffs behind the beach are the world famous zigzag folds. Sit on the pebbly foreshore and take in nature's marvellous designs. From the rolling surf to the fascinating cliffs, Millook Haven Beach offers a feast for the eyes. The beach is dog-friendly year-round. There are no lifeguards.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Wood September 2014

Millook beach

We were driving along the scenic (and rather steep in places) coastal route from Crackington Haven to Bude, and stumbled upon this place. Travelling north, the first thing you see is the spectacular zigzag rock formations on the cliff. We had to stop and investigate. There isn't a car park - but luckily there was enough room on the roadside. It is a rocky beach. The colours and patterns in the rock make the stop a must to view and photograph the amazingness of natures forces.

The Bay View Inn (1 ¾ miles)

Lots of local produce from named farms features on the imaginative menu here. Great sea views and friendly staff.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

December 2010

Bay View inn

Booking is essential or you won't get a table. Food was fantastic and a good outdoor area for kids to play in while waiting. They will need it, as it is quite a wait for food, but worth every minute

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